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THE SPECTATOR ^ VoZ. 5 Ozark, Arkansas, Tuesday, March 28, 1916. No. 69 1 Campaign Practically to a Close Here The various candidates for coun ty offices have practically closed their respective canvasses, the delegation meeting at the court house Friday night and making their final speeches. The aspirants are: For Representative— (Two to be elected). Perry King G. A. Henry _ J. T. Adams f G. C. Carter L. M. Turner ' Travis Reece For County Judge— D. L. Ford G. W. Barham J. M. Rachels J. B. Branch James C- Davis. For Sheriff— J. D. Mcllroy Fritz Alston. For Circuit Clerk— A. N. Hill Will Pinkerton Elmo Hunter. For County Clerk — Jesse McKinney I John Bollinger. For Treasurer— HUTTON IS ALRIGHT "» AND WILL"MAKE GOOD WILLIAM G. HUTTON Candidate for Deleftate-at-Lar>re to the National Democratic Convention. Tank Blown Over. The large iron water tank at the corner of the Ozark garage blew down Friday night during the wind storm and was com pletely demolished. The tank was on a platform about fifteen or twenty feet high. List of State and Na tional Candidates The following will be on the theDemocratic ticket as aspirants to the respective state and national offices: For President — Woodrow Wilson. National Committeman — (Vote for one) Wallace Davis Vincent M. Miles. Delegates at l^arge—National Convention. (Vote for four) John R. Duty W. V. Powell W. H. Arnold J. C. South S. C. Simms W. H. Rector W. G. Hutton. Congressman— H. M. Jacoway. Governor— C. H. Brough L. C. Smith Earle W. Hodges. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court— Corroll D. Wood. Attorney General - John D. Arbuckle Lewis Rhoton. For Secretary of State— Ozark to Have Well Organized Ball Team That Ozark will have a rep resentative baseball team in the field by April 20th is now prac tically assured, an organization having been perfected last week among the local fans with that purpose in view. .John Carter Mcllroy has been elected man ager of the team for the 1916 season, Robert Reynolds has been chosen secretary and Ralph Horton field captain. Ozark will doubtless have a strong team this season and ar rangements will be made to meet other nines in this section just as soon as the season opens. Several good games are antici pated. Seed Sweet Potatoes, 85 cts, at the Variety Store. adv. For Railroad Commissioner— E. L. McHanev Oscar Winn Walter G. Rrasher. For Prosecuting Attorney C. M. Wofford Wm. Fletcher Dave Partain D. E. Johnstn. John H. White. IS YOUNGEST MEMBER OF NAT’L COMMITTEE I-1 VINCENT M. MILES National Democratic Committee man from State of Arkansas. Barham Denies Charge. I am informed that there is j being circulated a statement that' I wrongfully secured $50 from 1 the road fund of this county which is ABSOLUTELY FALSE. Geo. W. Barham. Candidate for County Judge. Electrical Storm Reaches C ounty Commencing about 2 o’clock Saturday morning rain began to fall in Ozark and continued in termittingly throughout the night. Tongues of vivid and sustained lightning illuminated the sky during the greater part of the morning causing patrons of the Home Telephone company to think that Manager Swindler had arranged to secure the war reports direct from Europe and Mexico. Considerable rain fell during the disturbance and the wind blew a gale that would lead one to believe it had a regu lar job. Slight damage was reported over the county to orchards and light buildings. Some window lights were smashed and one or two flues reported demolished in Ozark. Outside of this little da mage was apparent. The rain is said to be general over the state and in many localities hail was reported. The disturbance was followed by a cool wave and cyclones have been reported in Eastern Oklahoma Eating Potatoes, 30 cts. per peck at the Variety Store, ad. Vote For Geo. W. Barham For County and Probate Judge and a Clean and Efficient Administration of County Affairs. J AdvtrliHmcBl Garland D. Hamm Jerome Wilson W. M. Choate Claud Mainard. For Assessor— Johnnie Harmon James O’Bar. Harvey Nickell returned Fri day night from a visit to Little Rock and Hot Springs. Dipping Vat Material. Dipping vat material to make up solution for vats will be fur nished free soon after April 1st, so I am advised by Dr. Gow. I will call personally and fix up this solution if so you besire T. H. Williams, Demonstrator. V. A. Beeson Tom J. Terral. For State Auditor — Hovran O'iver M. F. Dickinson. , For State Treasurer - R. G. McDaniel. For Superintendent of Public Instruction — J. W. Kuykendoll J. L. Bond. VOTE FOR Will Pinkerton -FOR Circuit Clerk ' Honest - - - Efficient I thank my friends for the encouragement given me and for the support promised. SUBJECT TO THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, WEDNESDAY MARCH 29th. 1916 Your vote and influence will be appreciated. Vy.ftiW — • ■ ; „ ' . Rev. Ashcraft Preaches. Rev. Ashcraft, of Illinois, preached at the Nazarene church Sunday night and Monday night j to good sized audiences. Rev. Ashcraft is an able minister and his sermons delightfully pleased his audiences. It is the unexpected that al ways happens. Insure yourself against the loss of time and money with the SOUTHERN SURETY COMPANY. POLICY covering all accidents and sick ness. Only a few cents a day. G. A. A. Deane, Jr., Agt. adv. Ozark, Ark. Mrs. Ellen Jennings returned Tuesday from a visit to her daughters at Little Rock. Miss Niva Conataer went to Little Rock Monday for a visit with friends. Mrs. J. J. Galloway and Mrs. Tom Davidson were visitors to Paris Friday. Mrs. S. S. McLane returned Tuesday night from a visit to Eufaula, Oklahoma. VOTE FOR J. R. McGehee For Constable OF WHITE OAK TOWNSHIP NOTICE I REGRET that I have not been able to see every voter in my township and take this means to thank every one for the encouragement given me and the support promised. Especially of those whom I have been unable to see, I want to ask consideration when you go to the polls next Wednesday. I am thoroughly competent to fill the office to which I aspire and ask my friends for their assistance. Your Vole Will be Appreciated. —J. R. McGehee For Constable Adv of White Oak Township